PhishNet Reduces Your Risk

From the CEO, to your most remote workers, everyone on your team could be targeted by cybercriminals or cause a security breach

The Australian Cyber Security Centre recommends that all businesses should prioritise improving staff awareness of cyber security issues and threats by implementing cyber security awareness programs for all employees. Results achieved an 86% risk reduction.

PhishNet Care

Care delivers business a complete cyber security awareness training program to reduce the risk of a devastating cyber incident. As your awareness training partner our program ensures your staff are consistently trained through a variety of digital channels. With more than 80% of incidents caused by human error we help ensure your staff make the right decisions. PhishNet Care includes PhishNet training plan, extensive library of training videos and material, industry leading phishing simulator, Smishing simulation training, USB drop, digital communication portfolio, human risk reduction reporting, dedicated service delivery, and dedicated account management

Risk Assessment

An initial risk assessment establishes the current level of risk and sets benchmarks for a security awareness program. The initial phishing campaigns measure awareness across the organisation

Phishing Simulations

With more than 80% of incidents caused by human error we help ensure your staff make the right decisions. Our phishing simulations help identify high risk individuals in your organisation. Using the very latest phishing scams our program includes the PhishNet 'You've been Phished' page as a further learning opportunity for those people that click on 'that' link.

Awareness Training​

Our comprehensive awareness training program ensures your staff have the necessary knowledge and skills to prevent cyberattacks and protect your organisation's sensitive information. You'll be training staff on the very latest social engineering threats and best practice habits


Smishing is a social engineering threat and very common. Many of us receive a Smishing message at least weekly if not more. We'll Smish your staff and uncover high risk people who might just need some further education.

USB Drop

USB drop is a simulated threat that can identify high risk individuals who might just need some further education, or perhaps are a potential insider threat

PhishNet Digital

Our digital communication portfolio ensures your staff are seeing a consistent message so we’re helping you to build a cyber aware culture. We provide a suite of engaging, educational and interesting content that’s delivered in alignment with the PhishNet Care

Who Needs PhishNet's Awareness Training Services

If you have staff, customers, digital data and a bank account, you’re at risk. 

Organisations that store customer records, keep funds in trust, work with sensitive data, or provide critical infrastructure are prime targets for cybercriminals. Whilst every organisation and business is at risk, some sectors are targeted more frequently and severely than others, due to the nature of the data held.


Here’s just some of many official recommendations for implementing effective cybersecurity awareness training for staff.

Local Councils

The NSW Audit Office Local Government Report 2022 Recommendation - Completion of cyber awareness training by all staff, contractors and third-party providers to help them recognise potentially malicious emails and avoid inadvertently activating attachments and software designed to infect devices and steal data to be used by cyber criminals. 28% of Councils have experienced cyber incidents, and 51% have not put any staff cyber security awareness training in place.

Advisory & Accounting

Accounting Professional & Ethical Standards recommendation. The guidelines help businesses to manage risk and, in the process, protect their clients. APES 325 states that a risk management framework should include Training of Staff in relation to Risk Management. Cybersecurity awareness training is a key piece of the risk management puzzle. Your staff don’t need to be cyber security experts. They just need to be provided with the necessary knowledge that help you meet the requirements of APES 325 Risk Management for Firms.